Spring Forward – Nutrition Workshop
with Beth English
Dalston Saturday 2nd of March at 2pm – 4pm £10
Say goodbye to Winter and prepare for a fresh start this Spring with Healthy Hacks and Simple Tips to feel amazing, have more energy and be refreshed. Learn how small updates to your diet and lifestyle can have a big impact on how you feel as we move into Spring. Everyone welcome!
Nutrition and wellbeing. Looking to plant-based foods for energy and your health. We will talk about reaping the rewards of eating from a rainbow of plant-based foods, taking care of our gut health and how this impacts everything we do and feel in ourselves and how we can step into the Spring season feeling great.
I am an empathic, results-driven Nutritional Therapist trained in the principles of Functional Medicine, a science-based approach that assesses the underlying causes behind the body’s symptoms. I am passionate about working on an individual level to support you when faced with health challenges such as digestive, hormonal or anxiety concerns, to name a few.
I have witnessed first hand how small (but powerful) changes can add up to massive differences in the way you feel and the opportunities that you show up to in your day-to-day life and this is what I incorporate in my nutrition practice.
I’ve been a regular yoga practitioner for many years, and it is the one thing that always will get me back to where I need to be. The movements, the breath work and the assurance from an amazing instructor in a lovely classroom is often the best thing for rebalancing hormones and getting the nervous system back on track. I go to Sadhana for my yoga fix and I look to Nutrition for getting everything else I need to move through daily challenges.
Together we will look at your current nutrition and lifestyle choices and brainstorm ways we can optimise them to get the shifts in your health you desire. Being a mum of three, I understand how challenging a good health plan can be with work, family and financial pressures in the mix.
No matter how daunting it may seem to take the first steps towards improving your health, we can find simple (and often fun) ways to get you into your groove.